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OBD0 or OBD1??????

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by EWstryder, Sep 23, 2009.

  1. EWstryder

    EWstryder New Member

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    i have a DOHC ZC in my 86 CRX SI...heres the question...how can i tell if its OBD0 or OBD1? and where can i find a performance chip for it? the ecu has the numbers 37820-pg7-6640-401-116706
     
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    Why don't people do some research before posting...
    every car before '92 is obd0, between 92-95 is obd1, and 96+ is obd2.

    Also, dont quote me, but the pg7 ecu is a obd0 ecu.
     
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    it is OBD0, however, the 86-87 Integra PG7 ECU (which you have) can't be chipped easily, if at all - you could convert the car to run the 88-89 Integra electronic ignition timing advance distributor and then use a chipped PM6 or PM7 ECU
     
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